Fire is a complex element to understand – it may burn with joy or anger, it may offer life giving light and heat … or DESTRUCTION
Continuing the “Safety First” focus of UTE Engineering, Mr. Jayaweera Madigasekera – Fire Consultant – Institution of Fire Engineers UK, conducted a training program for on the best practices for Fire prevention at the workplace. As with most things involving safety, the key to keeping your office or workshop as fireproof as possible is to make sure you have the right equipment and that you get into the habit of making the safest choices.
- Practice Safe Storage – Fires require three things: fuel, oxygen and heat. Keep those three things from coming together and you have taken a big step in reducing the chances of a fire. Good storage makes that possible.
- Establish Safe Routines. If you develop safe habits, fire prevention will become
- Proper Safety Equipment – Keep a fire extinguisher preferably stored close to an exit door. Fire alarms and Sprinkler systems too can be incorporated.